I'm not sure what you're looking for, as I didn't check out the link you posted, but this reference uses two measures in a bullet chart:
And a Tableau KB article reference: Building a Bullet Graph | Tableau Software (scroll down for the multiple measures example)
Hope this helps you out.
Wait... and another: http://downloads.tableausoftware.com/quickstart/feature-guides/bullet_graphs.pdf
These were all found via a Google Search of "bullet graph multiple measures tableau"
Thank you for the link, but unfortunately it's not the solution I am looking for. I need multiple measures, just like multiple dimensions. The link I provided represents it quite well.
OK, sorry I couldn't be more help on this one!
Also, note that I added a couple more links to my response--not sure if they help either, but they should be helpful to someone, at some point.
You might consider adding a mockup here if you don't receive any further suggestions.
I am not trying to be a pain here; just adding suggestions based on my experience using these Forums.
Cheers and best of luck! I'll be watching to see if anyone else can provide the help you need!
All of the measures will need to share a common axis (which is how your example works) and therefore, most likely, you will need to create new measures / calculated fields for each % of target KPI.
Then you can add Measure Names to the Rows shelf, Measure Values to the Columns shelf. ... Use reference lines / bars for the KPI target percentages. (You can set these across the entire table or on an individual KPI basis.)
There are a few tricks to get some white space between the horizontal reference bars, but it's not going to look exactly like the pdf.
Maybe that's enough to get you started or if not, post a sample workbook with the KPI measures and targets.
P.S. To create the dashboard example, you'll need to use a 2 or 3 worksheets side-by-side with "Show Headers" disabled, which makes it look like one continuous worksheet.
Thank you Jim. This is exactly what I needed. I didn't even think to use reference lines